What does excerpt from Gaudium et spes teach about man's indentity?
This is the gaudium et spes( below) Please help me!!! :((((
Now, man is not wrong when he regards himself as superior to bodily concerns, and as more than a speck of nature or a nameless constituent of the city of man. For by his interior qualities he outstrips the whole sum of mere things. He plunges into the depths of reality whenever he enters into his own heart; God, Who probes the heart, awaits him there; there he discerns his proper destiny beneath the eyes of God. Thus, when he recognizes in himself a spiritual and immortal soul, he is not being mocked by a fantasy born only of physical or social influences, but is rather laying hold of the proper truth of the matter.
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That Humans are both nothing (relative to the grand scale of things), and a microcosm of the Universe.Source(s): This concept dates back to Antiquity.